The word procrastination has got a bad rep. But sometimes, you’re better off putting off that task. It’s all about identifying the right time to do something, says Rory Varden, author of Procrastinate on Purpose.
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What would a week-long celebration of workspace improvements be without a peek into some cool, productive workspaces? Today we're peering inside the homes of Boxee, Mint.com, a video game innovation lab, Google's "conference bike" and the maker of Plants vs Zombies.
Patented 100 years ago to mitigate the time-consuming process of manually hole-punching and thread-binding papers and manuscripts, the classic piece of office-supply brilliance known as the binder clip deserves a prominent spot in every office, home and quick-and-dirty DIYers' toolkit.
Throughout our Workplace Timesavers week, Lifehacker's editors are going to get geeky about the most useful, beloved and otherwise cool things in their office. In this case, it's a cheap-ish letter tray serving as a kind of poor (wise) man's docking station.
Feel like you're sending the same instructions, procedure checklists or other basic communications around the office time and again? Save yourself time and trouble by setting up a workplace wiki.